sexpert

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sexpert

(ˈsɛkspɜːt)
n
informal a person who professes a knowledge of sexual matters
[C20: a blend of sex + expert]
Translations

sexpert

n (hum)Experte m/Expertin fin Sachen Sex (inf), → Sexperte m (hum), → Sexpertin f (hum)
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The studio audience also saw a twist on Blind Date, heard from a panel of sexperts and were treated to performances by 80s icons Sinitta and T'Pau.
According to the Agriculture Ministry, farmers who had their crops, vegetables, hay, or apiaries damaged by floods will be inspected by sexperts from Latvian Rural Advisory and Training Center or Rural Support Service.
Besides drawing on her own experience, Moon wisely includes the perspectives of other current queer sexperts such as Julia Serano and Sophia St.
The film features interviews with Angel, his long-time partner Elayne, and discussions with Angel's family and a variety of familiar faces including queer sexperts Tristan Taormino, Dan Savage and trans musician Lucas Silveira.
The advice and discussions with the sexperts centres more on relationships and preventing boredom rather than the actual mechanics and is surprisingly sweet and, yes, informative.
The advice from the sexperts centres more on relationships and preventing boredom rather than the actual mechanics and is surprisingly sweet and, yes, informative.
War of Position and War of Maneuver: Sexperts, Sex Pervs and Revolutionaries Is the best way to topple the stuffy Iranian regime to talk bout sex?
Along with her team of sexperts, Anna will be exploring everything from the anatomical differences of naked bodies to different emotions and feelings.
Channel Five said: "Generation Sex provides the answers to many of the questions posed on the subject of sex and sexuality, with the help of numerous sexperts and celebrity contributors.
Ms Jowell wants to expand it with private sector cash so all callers can get through to the Health Department sexperts.
Arlene Stein's Sisters, Sexperts, Queers: Beyond the Lesbian Nation is a collection of essays by lesbians, half of whom came of age in the eighties, whose political consciousness has been shaped by the inyour-face lustiness of AIDS activists, Queer Nation, pornographers and "sexperts," as well as by a theoretical and practical skepticism toward the essentialist tendencies of identity politics.
Being an expert on sex issues has become so popular, a new word has been formulated for these sex pundits who are now referred to as: sexperts.